Oscars 2024: Here Are the Night's Winners & The Best Red Carpet Looks

Emma Stone with Louis Vuitton

Oppenheimer takes home seven awards, including "Best Picture," while German artists come up empty-handed, despite a German-language film securing victory. A quick overview of the winners at the 96th Academy Awards in Hollywood.

"And the Oscar goes to..." echoed seven times last night for "Oppenheimer." Director Christopher Nolan dominated with his historical drama, claiming the most coveted award for Best Picture.


Nolan must be particularly delighted by this personal triumph. It took him eight attempts, but he finally secured the Oscar.

Margot Robbie with Versace

Here are the key winners of the Oscars 2024:


Best Picture: "Oppenheimer"

Best International Film: "The Zone of Interest" (United Kingdom)

Best Director: Christopher Nolan for "Oppenheimer"

Best Actress: Emma Stone in "Poor Things"

Best Actor: Cillian Murphy in "Oppenheimer"

Best Supporting Actress: Da'Vine Joy Randolph in "The Holdovers"

Best Supporting Actor: Robert Downey Jr. in "Oppenheimer"

Best Cinematography: Hoyte van Hoytema for "Oppenheimer"

Best Editing: Jennifer Lame for "Oppenheimer"

Best Original Screenplay: "Anatomy of a Case" by Justine Triet

Best Music: Ludwig Göransson for "Oppenheimer"

Best Song: Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell for "What Was I Made For" in "Barbie"

Best Animated Film: "The Boy and the Heron"

Jennifer Laurence with Christian Dior

Stone clinches her second Oscar, and Murphy claims the Best Actor title.

Irish actor Cillian Murphy won the Oscar for Best Actor for his role in "Oppenheimer." The 47-year-old was recognized for his outstanding performance in the film.


Emma Stone was honored as Best Actress for her role in the quirky Frankenstein adaptation "Poor Things." A moved Stone exclaimed, "Oh man, this is truly overwhelming" upon receiving her award. She acknowledged the other nominees, Lily Gladstone, Annette Bening, Sandra Hüller, and Carey Mulligan, expressing gratitude for the shared experience and hoping for more collaborations. This marks Stone's second Oscar win.

Vanessa Hudgens with Vera Wang

Best International Film: "Zone of Interest"

"The Zone of Interest," a Holocaust film, received the award for Best International Film. The German entry "Das Lehrerzimmer" by İlker Çatak and the Japanese nominee "Perfect Days" by Wim Wenders left empty-handed. However, "The Zone of Interest," featuring Sandra Hüller in the lead role, was recognized. The historical drama is a British production but filmed in the German language.


Director Triet thanks Sandra Hüller for Best Original Screenplay

Director Justine Triet won the Best Original Screenplay award for "Anatomy of a Case." She humorously mentioned overcoming her midlife crisis with the Oscar and thanked the film's cast, particularly Sandra Hüller.


Robert Downey Jr. held the first Oscar of the evening for "Oppenheimer." The 58-year-old actor was awarded Best Supporting Actor for his role as Lewis Strauss, the antagonist to the main character J. Robert Oppenheimer. It is his first Oscar, despite two previous nominations.

Sandra Hüller with Schiaparelli

For the first time in decades, Sandra Hüller is the first German to be nominated for an Oscar as Best Actress.

Hailey Steinfield with Elie Saab

Da'Vine Joy Randolph

The first Oscar of the night

Da'Vine Joy Randolph won the Best Supporting Actress for "The Holdovers." In a touching speech, she thanked "all the women who supported her," including film producer Barbara Broccoli. Addressing the audience, the 37-year-old said, "I appreciate you recognizing me."

Danielle Brooks

The most political speech

With the film "20 Days in Mariupol," director Mstyslaw Tschernow won the Oscar for Best Documentary. It marked the first Oscar ever awarded to Ukraine. Tschernow expressed his wish never to have had to make this film, stating, "I can't change the story." He emphasized the collective effort to ensure the correct recording of history, asserting that the truth should prevail and the people of Mariupol, along with those who sacrificed their lives, should never be forgotten.

America Ferrera with Versace

The quirkiest moment

"Poor Things" secured multiple Oscars throughout the evening, including Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Production Design, and Best Costume Design. For the latter award, host Jimmy Kimmel brought a (almost) naked wrestler, John Cena, onto the stage.

Ariana Grande with Giambattista Valli

Host Kimmel stands up to Trump

Oscar host Jimmy Kimmel reprimanded Donald Trump during the show after the former president insulted the comedian on social media as a poor host. Kimmel responded, "Well, thank you, President Trump. Thanks for watching; I'm surprised you're still here – shouldn't you be in jail by now?"

Greta Gerwig

Lily Gladstone with Gucci

The Oscars are not only the biggest and most important event of the year for filmmakers but also for fashion designers. Their glamorous, elegant, and sometimes extravagant creations are showcased on the red carpet outside the Dolby Theatre by the stars.

Eva Longoria with Tamara Ralph

Florence Pugh with Del Core

Michelle Ueoh with Balenciaga

Camila Mc Conaughey with Versace & Matthew Mc Conaughey

Melissa McCarthy with Christian Siriano

Issa Rae

Emily Blunte with Shiaparelli

Britanny Snow with Monot

Ava du Vernay with Louis Vuitton

Gabrielle Union with Carolina Herrera

Fran Drescher

Carey Mulligan with Balenciaga

Regina King with Versace

Greta Lee with Loewe

Laverne Cox

Amelia Dimoldenberg with Gucci


Anja Taylor Joy with Christian Dior
I have to say that she choose for the first time a perfect color.

Images: Getty images
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